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1925 New York census - Frank Voght household (Buffalo. Erie Co.)
1925 New York census - Frank Voght household (Buffalo. Erie Co.)
908 Fillmore Ave.
30. Voght Frank, head, white, male, 59, born US, citizen, physician
31. Voght Anna, wife, white, female, 67, born US, citizen, housework
 
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1925 New York census - Raymond C. Voght household (Springville, Erie Co., NY)
1925 New York census - Raymond C. Voght household (Springville, Erie Co., NY)
27 Franklin
Voght Raymond C., head, white, male, 33, born US, citizen, lawyer
Voght Edith, wife, white, female, 31, born US, citizen, housework
Voght Raymond, son, white, male, 9, born US, citizen, school
Voght Gordon, son, white, male, 8, born US, citizen, school
Voght Nelson, son, white, male, 6, born US, citizen, school
Voght Donald, son, white, male, 4, born US, citizen, infant
 
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1930 U.S. census - Adolph C. Hirsch household (Palmyra borough, Burlington Co., NJ)
1930 U.S. census - Adolph C. Hirsch household (Palmyra borough, Burlington Co., NJ)
738 Highland Ave., dwelling 116, household 117
14. Hirsch Adolph C., head, owns house valued at $6,000, male, white, 72, married 27 years, born NY, both parents born Germany, newspaper laborer
15. Hirsch Caroline L., wife, female, white, 59, married 27 years, born NY, both parents born NY
16. Hirsch Martha D., daughter, female, white, 30, single, born NY, both parents born NY, typist for insurance co.
 
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1930 U.S. census - Bertha Hirsch (Williamsville, Erie Co., NY)
1930 U.S. census - Bertha Hirsch (Williamsville, Erie Co., NY)
212 N. Ellicott St., dwelling 674, household 707
91. Hirsch Bertha M., head, renter, $8 per month, female, white, 59, single, able to read and write, born NY, father born Bavaria, mother born Germany, able to speak English, no occupation
 
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1930 U.S. census - Frank B. Voght (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
1930 U.S. census - Frank B. Voght (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
908 Fillmore Ave., dwelling 43, household 68
42. Voght Frank B., head, renter at $35/month, has a radio, male, white, 63, married, first married at age 22, able to read and write, born New York, both parents born New York, physician
 
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1930 U.S. census - Raymond C. Voght household (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
1930 U.S. census - Raymond C. Voght household (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
132 Shirley Ave.
71. Voght Raymond C., head, owns home valued at $7500, has a radio, male, white, 39, married, 24 at first marraige, born New York, parents both born New York, lawyer
72. Voght Edith, wife, female, white, 36, married, 21 at first marriage, born New York, parents both born New York
73. Voght Raymond, son, male, white, 14, single, born New York, parents both born New York
74. Voght Gordon, son, male, white, 12, single, born New York, parents both born New York
75. Voght Nelson, son, male, white, 11, single, born New York, parents both born New York
76. Voght Donald, son, male, white, 9, single, born New York, parents both born New York
 
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1940 U.S. Census - Bertha Hirsch (Williamsville, Erie Co., NY)
1940 U.S. Census - Bertha Hirsch (Williamsville, Erie Co., NY)
107 North Ellicott Street, household 133 - renter, $10 / month
43. Hirsch, Bertha M. - head, female, white, 69, single, 8 years of school completed, born New York, lived in same house April 1935
 
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1940 U.S. census - Caroline Hirsch household (Palmyra borough, Burlington Co., NJ)
1940 U.S. census - Caroline Hirsch household (Palmyra borough, Burlington Co., NJ)
738 Highland Ave., household 126
home owned, valued at $5,000
67. Hirsch Caroline, head, female, white, 69, widowed, completed four years of high school, born NY, lived in same house in April 1935
68. Hirsch Martha, daughter, female, white, 40, single, completed four years of high school, born NY, lived in same house in April 1935, clerk for North American Insurance, $1100 salary in 1939
 
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1940 U.S. census - Edith Voght household (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
1940 U.S. census - Edith Voght household (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
25 Virgle [sic] Ave., household 75, renting at $38/month
36. Voght Edith, head, female, white, 46, widowed, completed 3 years college, born New York, lived in same place April 1935, social welfare case worker, 52 hours per week, $950 wages
37. Voght Raymond, son, male, white, 24, single, completed 4 years college, born New York, lived in same place April 1935, restaurant bookkeeper, 52 hours per week, $1000 wages
38. Voght Gordom, son, male, white, 22, single, completed 4 years college, born New York, lived in same place April 1935, public school teacher, 42 hours per week, $1160 wages
39. Voght Nelson, son, male, white, 21, single, completed 2 years college, born New York, lived in same place April 1935, restaurant cashier, 40 hours per week, $300 wages
40. Voght Donald, son, male, 19, single, completed 1 year college, born New York, lived in same place April 1935, restaurant soda dispenser, 25 hours per week, $150 wages
 
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1940 U.S. census - Frank V. Voght (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
1940 U.S. census - Frank V. Voght (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
908 Fillmore Ave., household 148
19. renter, $30/month, Voght Frank V. [sic], head, male, white, 73, widowed, highest grade completed: 2 years college, born NY, lived in same house in Apr 1935, worked 45 hours during week of Mar 24-30, medical doctor in private practice
 
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1940 U.S. census - Katherine Hirsch (Woodstock Apartments, Manhattan, NYC, NY)
1940 U.S. census - Katherine Hirsch (Woodstock Apartments, Manhattan, NYC, NY)
320 East 42 Street, household 197 - renter, $52.50 / month
80. Hirsch Katherine, head, female, white, 44, single, attended 4 years HS, born PA, lived in same house on 1 April 1935, advertising secretary, $4110 income in 1939
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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1950 U.S. census - Edith W. Voght (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
1950 U.S. census - Edith W. Voght (Buffalo, Erie Co., NY)
Although the census page lists Edith's address as 525 Ashland, this is an error and she actually lived at 540.
7. Voght Edith W., head, white, female, 56, widowed, born NY, working 35 hours per week, county welfare social worker
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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1950 U.S. census - Katherine L. Hirsch (Manhattan, New York Co., NY)
1950 U.S. census - Katherine L. Hirsch (Manhattan, New York Co., NY)
320 East 42nd St, apartment 1616
Hirsch Katherine L., head, white, female, 54, never married, born Penn., working 40 hours per week, secretary at an economic research business
 
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1950 U.S. census - Martha Hirsch (Palmyra, Burlington Co., NJ)
1950 U.S. census - Martha Hirsch (Palmyra, Burlington Co., NJ)
738 Highland, household 70
23. Hirsch Martha, head, white, female, 50, never married, born New York, working 40 hours last week, office clerk for insurance co.
24. McRoan (?) Charlotte, aunt, white, female, 75, widowed, born New York
 
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1950 U.S. census - Raymond Voght household (Pomfret, Windham Co., CT)
1950 U.S. census - Raymond Voght household (Pomfret, Windham Co., CT)
southwest on Ragged Hill Road, no house numbers; not a farm, but a house on a place of three or more acres
1. Voght Raymond, head, white, male, 32, married, born New York, working 40 hours per week, accountant at an optical plant
2. Voght Rita, wife, white, female, 29, married, born New York, keeping house
3. Voght Raymond, son, white, male, 4, never married, born New York
 
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703 Dundaff St, Dickson City
703 Dundaff St, Dickson City
 
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Advertisement for George Hirsch's Restaurant and Saloon (Rochester Taglicher Beobachter, 4 Jan 1871, page 2)
Advertisement for George Hirsch's Restaurant and Saloon (Rochester Taglicher Beobachter, 4 Jan 1871, page 2)
At this time, the saloon was located at No. 49 Front Street just north of Main Street, near what is now a riverfront park and the Sister Cities bridge.
 
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After-Wedding Reception story (Buffalo Evening News, 15 Feb 1895, page 2)
After-Wedding Reception story (Buffalo Evening News, 15 Feb 1895, page 2)
After-Wedding Reception.
The second and last after-wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph C. Hirsch was held yesterday afternoon and evening at their pretty home on Albany street.
Flowers, palms and simlax tastefully decorated the rooms and tea and coffee were served by Miss Moss and Miss Badger at a pretty side table lighted by an orange-shaded banquet lamp. Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch received both afternoon and evening. The bride, who was a well-known and popular young society woman of Palmyra, wore her wedding gown of pearl-covered silk with white chiffon trimmings and white gloves. Mrs. F. B. Voght, Miss Hirsch and Miss Ida Hirsch assisted. Among the out-of-town guests were Miss Corning and Miss Hop of Palmyra and Mrs. Dorrow of Rochester.
 
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Anna Mierzwa
Anna Mierzwa
 
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Article about accidental shooting of Frank B. Voght (Lockport Daily Journal, 28 Sep 1881)
Article about accidental shooting of Frank B. Voght (Lockport Daily Journal, 28 Sep 1881)
Shot Himself.
George Voght [sic], a lad about fourteen years of age, while carelessly handling a revolver at his home on the Turnpike road in this county, accidentally shot himself in the thigh. Dr. M. S. Kittinger, of this city, was summoned, who removed the ball. Voght is a step-son of Joseph Sherman.
 
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Banner of Der Christliche Botschafter
Banner of Der Christliche Botschafter
 
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Banner of the Buffalo Courier
Banner of the Buffalo Courier
 
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Banner of the Buffalo Morning Express
Banner of the Buffalo Morning Express
 
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Banner of the Buffalo News
Banner of the Buffalo News
 
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Banner of The Erie Observer (Erie, PA)
Banner of The Erie Observer (Erie, PA)
 
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Banner of the Grant County Herald (Lancaster, Wisconsin)
Banner of the Grant County Herald (Lancaster, Wisconsin)
 
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Banner of the Niagara Falls Gazette
Banner of the Niagara Falls Gazette
 
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Banner of the Oswego Daily Times
Banner of the Oswego Daily Times
 
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Banner of The Philadelphia Inquirer
Banner of The Philadelphia Inquirer
 
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Banner of the Rochester Taglicher Beobachter
Banner of the Rochester Taglicher Beobachter
 
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Banner of The Schenectady Cabinet
Banner of The Schenectady Cabinet
 
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Banner of The Schenectady Evening Star
Banner of The Schenectady Evening Star
 
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Banner of the Syracuse Daily Standard
Banner of the Syracuse Daily Standard
 
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Banner of the Syracuse Morning Standard
Banner of the Syracuse Morning Standard
 
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Baptism record of Martin Vogt, 1721
Baptism record of Martin Vogt, 1721
Martin's entry is on the left page, 8th entry in 1721.
 
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Baptism record of Martin Vogt, 1756
Baptism record of Martin Vogt, 1756
Martin's entry is on the right page, second from the top (first entry for 1756).
 
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Bertha Hirsch, 1909
Bertha Hirsch, 1909
Back of the photo was labeled "Auntie Bert".
 
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Birth and baptismal record of Zofia Mierzwa, 1892
Birth and baptismal record of Zofia Mierzwa, 1892
Zofia's entry is the fourth one down, entry #24.

(English translation of the original Latin): Entry: 24; birthdate: 11 April; Baptism: 12 April; Family number: 164; Name: Zofia; Relgion: Catholic; Gender: Female; born in wedlock; father: Franciszek Mierzwa, illegitimate son of Marianna Mierzwa, daughter of Pawel; mother: Anna Panko, illegitimate daugther of Katarzyna Panko, daugther of Anton; Sponsors (godparents) and their condition: Jozef Zygmund, farmer, and Agnes Pilat, the same
 
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Birth Certificate of Brunistawa (Florence) Zielinski
Birth Certificate of Brunistawa (Florence) Zielinski
This is to Certify, That Brunistawa Zielinski, daughter of Stanisaw and Margrite as born on March 12, 1915, at Rochester, N.Y.; that this birth was promptly reported by the attending physician as required by law and has been entered upon the records of the Health Bureau. The record of this birth will prove citizenship and furnish proof of age for entering or leaving school, securing working permit or marriage license, holding public office, inheriting money, property, etc.
 
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Birth record of Heinrich Vogt, 1785
Birth record of Heinrich Vogt, 1785
Heinrich is on the right page, entry 17.
 
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Birth record of Martin Vogt, 1783
Birth record of Martin Vogt, 1783
Martin is on the right side, entry 10.
 
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Borsboom records from 'Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady', pages 16-17
Borsboom records from "Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady", pages 16-17
BORSBOOM.
Pieter Jacobse, steen bakker (brick maker), early settled in Beverwyck. In 1662, when the land was taken up at Schenectady, he became one of the fifteen first proprietors. His home lot in the village, was th enorth quarter of the block bounded by Front, Washington, Union and Church streets. He also had two farms allotted to him on the bouwland. In his will, which was recorded in New York, Oct. 18, 1686, he mentioned his son Cornelis, and four daughters. An inventory of his property was made May 30, 1689, by Barent Janse Van Ditmars, Isaac Cornelise Swits and Douwe Aukes; it amounted to 1630 guilders. His son Cornelis probably died young; his daughters who survived him were Anna, who m. Jan Pieterse Mebie; Maritie, wife of Hendrick Brouwer; Fytie, wife of Marte Van Benthuysen, and Tryntje, wife of John Oliver.
 
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Brouwer records from 'Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady', pages 27-29
Brouwer records from "Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady", pages 27-29
See separate PDF for transcription of these pages.
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Brouwer records from 'Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady', pages 27-29 (transcribed)
Brouwer records from "Genealogies of the First Settlers of Schenectady", pages 27-29 (transcribed)
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Budd Cemetery sign (Cambria Center, NY)
Budd Cemetery sign (Cambria Center, NY)
Status: Located;
 
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Bunnell - Bonnell Newsletter, volume 2, number 3
Bunnell - Bonnell Newsletter, volume 2, number 3
 
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Burial ledger entry for Catharine Hirsch, George Hirsch, and two unnamed Hirsch children
Burial ledger entry for Catharine Hirsch, George Hirsch, and two unnamed Hirsch children
All four entries are on the left page; Catharine in the top section row 7, unnamed child 1 in the middle section row 5, and unnamed child 2 and George in the middle section, second and third from the bottom.
 
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Burial ledger entry for Ida B.H. Daniels, Mount Hope Cemetery (Rochester, NY)
Burial ledger entry for Ida B.H. Daniels, Mount Hope Cemetery (Rochester, NY)
 

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